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Matches

29/09/2009
4:1 (1:0)
  • Bryan ARGUEZ (45'+1)
  • Tony TAYLOR (47')
  • Dilly DUKA (67')
  • Brian OWNBY (90'+1)
  • Banana YAYA (75' PEN)

Summary

Americans dream, Cameroon crash
USA bounced back from their opening match defeat to Germany with a 4-1 win over Cameroon that keeps them firmly in the race for the last 16. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Thomas RONGEN (NED)
(CMR) Alain WABO

Officials

Referee: Jorge LARRIONDA (URU)Assistant Referee 1: Pablo FANDINO (URU)Assistant Referee 2: Mauricio ESPINOSA (URU)Fourth official: Joel AGUILAR (SLV)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 114)


Latest Comments:
sonero1970
02/10/2009 at 00:29
This USA team seems to have a better head on their shoulders, and play so much better...so I'm hoping they make it to the final. Sad to see Tahiti get 21 goals scored on them. Nutmeger, why settle for a tie...have to go for the win. I agree with CISCO, this has nothing to do with Mexico and USA.
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Nutmeger
01/10/2009 at 21:35
Nutmeger (USA)
VIVA CONCACAF!! Rivalries make the game more exciting at least... history will be written in the next couple weeks. USA just needs a tie against S. Korea to move into the next round. Next week the USMNT only needs a tie against Honduras to qualify for the SA WC! I love this game!!
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dubVman
01/10/2009 at 19:51
dubVman (USA)
I have got the answer for the US - MEX debate. They are equal. Problem solved. VIVA CONCACAF!
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Statistics

16Shots18
3Corner kicks8
4Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
46%Possession (%)54%
  • The USA team line up
  • Bryan Arguez of USA (L) holds off a challenge from Jean Bapidi of Cameroon
  • Thomas Rongen, coach of USA looks on
  • Brek Shea of USA beats Andre Akono Effa of Cameroon
  • Tony Taylor of USA holds off a challenge from Jean Bapidi of Cameroon
  • Brian Ownby of USA (L) shoots past Enow Tabot of Cameroon
"Of course we're happy with the 4-1 scoreline and I was pleased to see the players' positive reaction following the defeat to Germany. It was important that we got the win today," Thomas Rongen, USA coach.